Centralism versus localism? Democracy versus efficiency? The perennial challenges of Scottish local government organisation Centralism versus localism? Democracy versus efficiency? The perennial challenges of Scottish local government organisation

Centralism versus localism? Democracy versus efficiency? The perennial challenges of Scottish local government organisation

Publisher Description

Whatever the outcome of the Scottish independence referendum, local government looks set for reform. Criticised for its disconnect with citizens today, Scotland's local government was not always so. The four major reorganisations since 1833 offer useful lessons and important lessons for today, argues Michael Pugh.

GENRE
History
RELEASED
2014
30 June
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
20
Pages
PUBLISHER
History & Policy
SELLER
History & Policy
SIZE
164.5
KB

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